Meet the Font Detective who Ferret Out Fakery

https://www.wired.com/story/meet-the-font-detectives-who-ferret-out-fakery/ This was certainly an interesting article.  Any thoughts that I had (which had never occurred to me) about forging any kind of document have gone out the window.  The hours that it would take for me to find the ‘right’ font would probably negate any potential benefit. All jesting aside, it is fascinating that […]

The Monk Who Saves Manuscripts from ISIS

https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2017/02/the-monk-who-saves-manuscripts-from-isis/517611/ A 59 year old Benedictine monk is roaming around the middle east trying to save Christian and Islamic writings.  He is working on training teams of locals to photograph the pages of manuscripts before they are destroyed, or lost, or stolen.  Many locals are reluctant to let in outsiders and are afraid that their […]

How I Use Evernote to Keep My Entire Life Organized

http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/how-evernote-keeps-my-entire-life-organized-240088 This is one persons utilization of Evernote to keep their life organized. A master list of everything that they have to do in their life. Work, personal, etc.  They still maintain  a daily list, but this is their overarching document. Create a packing list for trips, if you travel often have a master list […]

How to Keep a Handspun Journal

http://www.withwool.com/blog/2014/4/3/keeping-a-handspun-journal This is an article that I also pinned to my Pinterest Page on spinning.  The first point that struck a note with me is that with a wheel spinning large quantities for a bigger project suddenly seems like a possibility, whereas with a spindle it seems like an impossible goal.  With this in mind […]

Top 10 Tools To Get You Writing

http://www.shesnovel.com/blog/top-10-tools-to-get-you-writing/ This has some great ideas, from adjusting your workspace to making sure that you have scheduled time to write.  The author mentions several tools and ways that they can be adjusted to fit a busy authors life.  From 2 different types of planners, scrivener (again) physical notebooks and how she uses them, etc, this […]

5 Reasons I Switched to Scrivener

http://michaelhyatt.com/switched-to-scrivener.html This is an article detailing the productivity/writing tool of Scrivener.  For $45 the author states that this is a great tool to get all of your writing done.  Allowing you to set up binders, corkboards, organize research, etc. This sounds like a great tool if you do most of your writing in a single […]

Pocket Paper Notebook Showdown & Why Notebooks

http://lifehacker.com/pocket-paper-notebook-showdown-moleskine-vs-field-not-1768558693?utm_campaign=socialflow_lifehacker_facebook&utm_source=lifehacker_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow This is a neat article detailing the difference and similarieties between Moleskine and Field Notebooks.  Essentially Field notebooks are more portable but Moleskine offers more options both in size and construction.  This article detailed a few different kinds of Moleskine notebooks I was unaware of. https://store.moleskine.com/usa/Notebooks/Themed-Notebooks/C4?lang=en-us Passion journals to detail what you are interested […]